News Professor Paul Kelly Lecture: After BREXIT, what Next?... more Professor Paul Kelly, Pro-Director (Vice-President) of London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and Professor of Political Philosophy at LSE, will give a speech titled After BREXIT, what Next? Britain, Europe and the World. Address by Mr. Chairul Tanjung, Former Coordinating... more On October 28, 2016 (Friday), Mr. Chairul Tanjung, Former Coordinating Minister for Economic Affairs of the Indonesia, Founder and CEO of CT Group, will visit Peking University and give a speech titled The New Era of Asia in a Changing World. From Cambridge to China: Reasons and Reflections more Recently, two 2016 Yenching Scholars and Cambridge Graduates Ravi Prasad (United Kingdom, University of Cambridge) and Laura Grunberg (Germany, University of Cambridge) shared about their experience at the Yenching Acadmy of Peking University. Business Seminar Mexico - China more The Yenching Academy of Peking University and the Mexican Chamber of Commerce in China (MEXCHAM) will jointly organize a Business Seminar this coming Tuesday. Yenching Scholars visited Haidian District Activities... more On Thursday afternoon, October 13, 2016, the students in the Yenching Academy course Women in Contemporary China visited the Haidian District Activities Center for Women and Children. Yenching Academy Information Sessions more The Yenching Academy of Peking University is now accepting applications for the 2017 cohort from international candidates and candidates from Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan. In the coming months, John Holden, Associate Dean of Yenching Academy, will hold a series of information sessions at various universities in Japan, the United States and the Unite... The Diplomat Interviews John L. Holden, Associate Dean... more John L. Holden, Associate Dean of the Yenching Academy of Peking University, was interviewed by The Diplomat on August 20, 2016. 2017 Mainland Chinese Applicants' Final Interview Roste... more Yenching Academy announced the nominated candidates qualify for exemption from the graduate entrance examination based on their Mainland Chinese universities' recommendations.